Examples of Potential Cost/Benefit Analysis
*These examples showcase possible scenarios within the Energy, Healthcare, and Aerospace industries. However, SAMS is a versatile product that can be customized to fit any business within any industry.

USA Energy Corporation decided to extend its pipeline 63 miles and expand gas storage facilities by drilling 14 new wells. The project began with an approved budget of $100,000,000.00 for project materials. Upon completion of the project, only 53 miles of pipeline had been added and 12 wells drilled, leaving the project with a surplus of unused materials. Because of SAMS, an excellent asset recovery system, the project materials were properly tracked and managed. The surplus was available for reinvestment into other projects, potentially saving the company over $30,000,000.00 on new materials purchases.

Hospital USA budgeted $21,000,000.00 to upgrade its entire information technology infrastructure, including medical equipment.  Prior to executing purchase orders, SAMS was used to generate data pertaining to the available onsite and offsite inventory.  Upon completion and review of the collected data, the budget requirements were reduced to $11,000,000.00 due to the reinvestment of non-performing assets shown in the reports.  This amount of cost savings could have resulted in an average earnings per share dividend of .26 cents for the shareholders, potentially causing Hospital USA’s stock price to jump almost 8%.


Aerospace USA was ordered to shut down all R&D endeavors for the new Comanche helicopter program. The government contracting authority ordered a financial audit.  The scope of the audit required SOX, and GASB 34 and 35 compliances. Additionally, the audit required 100% validation and certification of all helicopter parts inventory remaining upon contract termination.  Due to SAMS, a report of the physical inventory was readily available to validate and analyze the aftermarket potential for the unused parts.  Aerospace USA was able to meet and exceed all compliance and regulatory requirements. Additionally, the contractor identified Aerospace parts buyers who were willing to purchase the remaining inventory for their Apache helicopter refurbishment program.  Thus, Aerospace USA was able to sell the remaining inventory, potentially generating a 15% margin on the sale of this inventory and a $25,000,000.00 cost savings to Aerospace USA.